POUCE COUPE – Two new speed reader boards on Highway 2 near the Pouce Coupe Elementary school will help increase safety thanks to a partnership between the B.C. government and the Village of Pouce Coupe. The B.C. government is investing $20,000 into the project and the Larry Fynn Foundation is providing $10,000.

“It’s important to make investments to improve traffic safety, and I want to thank the Larry Fynn Foundation for providing funding toward this project,” Peace River South MLA Mike Bernier said. “Enhancing traffic safety is always a wise investment, and these speed reader boards will be part of Larry Fynn’s legacy.”

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